Missouri Bar Citizenship Education

Teaching Controversial Issues

  

          TWO-DAY WORKSHOP

"TEACHING CONTROVERSIAL ISSUES

(Without Becoming the Controversy)" 

November 28 - 29, 2012

Columbia, MO

Marriott Courtyard

Click here for more information  CORRECTION: Fax number to send in registration is (573) 635-2811

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Annually, The Missouri Bar Citizenship Education program sponsors a two-day controversial issues workshop in conjunction with the Constitutional Rights Foundation. The workshop is designed to assist educators with teaching controversial issues without becoming the center of a controversy. The Circle Study, The Civic Mission of Schools, identified the teaching of current events and controversial issues to be one of the six effective forms of civic education. This program provides methods and resources for effectively incorporating current events and controversial issues in a variety of social studies settings. The program is usually held in the spring and program dates are posted as soon as they are available.

Cyberbullying -- Lesson Plans and Teaching Options

Controversial Issues - Hate Speech Powerpoint

Videos (Temporarily unavailable) 

Cyberbullying Defined  Missouri Law and Cyberbullying School Policy and Cyberbullying 
Complete Discussion on Cyberbullying 

 

 Contact Millie Aulbur for additional information, milliea@mobar.org.